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    • Margie Rieboldt

      Treehouse Point in Washington state. Temple of the Blue Moon Treehouse. How cool is this????

    • Carolina Guerra

      Treehouse Temptations: The Seven Best Treehouse Hotels In North America | Stories | Roadtrippers

    • April T

      I must go here. The Temple of the Blue Moon - Tree house Exterior This is the place that everyone flips over. Built in 2006-7 the Temple of the Blue Moon borrowed its lines from the Parthenon in Athens, and is completely supported by an ancient Sitka spruce and western red cedar. The treehouse averages 16 feet of elevation above a sloping forest floor, is merely 70 feet from the cacophonous Raging River, and is connected to terra firma by a 30 foot long chain bridge. Inside one will find just enough room for two classic leather reading chairs, a writing desk, a bookcase, a beautiful hand crafted armoire and one of Treehouse Point’s signature queen size beds. Golden fir walls are insulated and keep guests snug and toasty year-round. An i-pod dock and CD player are the only electronics. Full windows surround. For guest’s convenience there is a tiny toilet room opposite the entry door. The main bathroom is directly across the bridge, and is shared with the other treehouses. The Temple also offers a deck that overlooks the quintessential Northwest forest and mostly peaceful river. At the right time of year one might spot spawning salmon and steelhead trout as they fight their way upriver. The Temple of the Blue Moon is a place to relax and enjoy your companion, the river, and the mossy green abundance of nature.

    • Barbara Osborn

      Treehouse Point in Issaquah, Washington // Temple of the Blue Moon cabin Now that's a tree house!!

    • Krista Hansen

      Treehouses of Treehouse Point - Temple of the Blue Moon. Treehouse hotel in Washington

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